FUFA Crisis: Micho Not Paid 2 Months Salary

tadalafil geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Despite going with the team for the Gotv CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup in Nairobi, the coach is yet to author something about his delayed payment.

Chimpreports contacted the Federation’s spokesperson, Rogers Mulindwa, who stated that “I can’t tell any lie and I am not so sure if the coach has been paid but when we return after CECAFA, I will confirm”.

“But you must admit that the gap left by Mr Lawrence Mulindwa is reasonable, however, FUFA is working hard to have sufficient funds to facilitate everything concerning football,” added Mulindwa.

Head coach, Micho, approximately earns $1100 monthly in addition to his accommodation during his stay in the country.

The financial crisis in the Federation led FUFA to withdraw the U-20 national women soccer team from the 2014 Canada World Cup qualifiers.


In a related development, the Kenya national team coach, Adel Amrouche abandoned the technical bench after the Kenya football governing body’s failure to pay his salary for almost four months.

Contrary, the Kenyan Federation dismissed this and released a statement affirming that “the coach is still in charge of the national team and his absence from the technical bench during the team’s opening match against Ethiopia at Nyayo stadium shouldn’t be used as the basis of these rumours”.

The same thing happened to Kenya last year during CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup held in Uganda when the then head coach, Henri Michel, refused to turn-up for CECAFA claiming he was building and preparing the remaining players in Kenya for CHAN qualifiers.

James Nandwa led the technical bench to help the team to reach finals where they lost to Uganda.

Once more, it is James Nandwa who is leading the technical bench.

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